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shimmered with the news as the prince of wales was coming. a group of leading citizens was organizing a ball. society trimmed their moustaches women spent hours and at 9:00 p.m. friday october 12th couples who had paid $10 apiece arrived at the academy of music. men with white ties and women with hoopskirt its with brocade, sat tin, lead tools, gave special nods to precisely at 10:00 p.m. the orchestra played god save the queen and the small prints stepped into the room. nearly 3,000 of new york's finest citizens rushed to meet him and with the rash the wooden floor collapsed. the band played furiously the aghast rushed to follow they had lobster salad, pat day and filled glasses with champagne. at 2:00 with their dance floor fixed eager females waited their turn for a dance and finally the young woman was tapped. stunning in her low cut white gown with pink and her arms covered with long white gloves with ostrich feathers, it hetty was introduced to the prince of wales. and she said i am the princess of wales. you are proof of that as all of his daughters are beautiful. then she found her w
of wales. the queen made a point* to say she had an open door and she could talk to her, the queen is very busy and diana was intimidated and did not avail herself to that as much as she should have. they had a good relationship but only fell apart when the andrew morton book came out in 1992 that had damaging information about prince charles and also that she had cooperated. then at that point* the queen's relationship was not a good. i discovered more from the queen's point* of view that she had been welcoming. i was not as aware of fact the first time around looking from diana's experience. >> what role does her english can faith in her life with the public and personal level? >>guest: a profound role. her faith is extremely important to her. daily laugh ft 103rd archbishop of canterbury told me as a consequence of her face she can take to almost anything the world throws up her. she has an appreciation of what can or cannot be accomplished but partly a result of life experience. as the head of the church of england, it is part of her role as clean station -- queen. but looks at a glad
to look at manifestoes for contrast but what labor is doing in wales. the labor party is in charge in wales and they have cut the nhs in wales by 8%. as a result, waiting times are up, waiting lists are down. that is what you get with labor and the nhs. >> miliband. >> mr. speaker, he knows the reality which is he made a promise -- >> is shaking his head and getting annoyed. he made a promise that he would keep the nhs rising in real terms in every year of parliament. labor's plant to spread out the election to increase the health budget in 2010-11 and a tougher budget. he knows the reality. let me give him one more opportunity. he may have a promise to the british people for year on year increase in the health budget including 2010-11. he failed to meet the promise. why doesn't he just admit it? i raise the reminder that the general election was after the 2010 year, has begun. this was labor's plan and what we of the knees increased every year. if he doesn't believe that perhaps he would listen to the labor health secretary who gave an interview in the newspaper when he said this
. [applause] >> i'm now looking for a speaker from wales. yes, what about the young woman in the red jacket. thank you. [inaudible] this has been the motion the past year. by drag it out? there's so many large priorities in the u.k. that we can focus on. [inaudible] billions. so why not focus on something like that? it seemed to only happen to people at the council. what about those young people seems the rich are getting richer, but the poor are getting poorer. why can't we have everybody zanardi upset other things quiet [applause] >> thank you for that. northern ireland. what about this young man for northern ireland? >> john cameron, northern ireland. i support this regional issue. in northern ireland to use foreign in the u.k. youth parliament. all the organizations came together, which is in theater are working very successfully. we have to remember we are the u.k. youth parliament and we have to represent every region, so there for transport stop with the northern ireland and it's not going to be an issue that northern ireland would focus on observing topic in the future. we need to t
is sent. thank you. [applause] >> okay, who have we got from wales? now, what about the women with the green dress. >> and alex hopkins. this is quite important, but more for the older generation because it concerns them. if you want to get married at 16, you can get a civil partnership. but is it really a main issue for us young people? how can that really extends to marriage? if we were older sitting here, it would be about the same issue, then yes the good. thank you. [applause] >> we've still yet to hear from a man and a woman from northern ireland. committee so? >> norlin government. it is essential marriages in our u.k. parliament of the manifesto appeared via? because u.k. youth parliament should stand up as a beacon for democracy. we should strive for quality of same-sex marriages. some of the medical system, but ultimately i believe in the 21st century members of the lgbt community should not be scared to be fair across the u.k. no matter where you're from, london, northern ireland, scotland. there is gay people. but where's your brother, sister, friend, we need to re
weapons ban. from newtown, we begin our coverage. >> she loved or go wales and horses. a beautiful girl, her parents said. 6-year-old jessica was buried. another victim in america. that terrible friday as parents waited to hear what happened in the school, their pastor was with them. >> one parent, one mother in desperation cried out "are there any survivors?" there was violence. there were officials looking at one another and then they said, no, there are no survivors. i do not know that i will ever forget the noise as people wept, wales, eelam -- wailed, yelled. it was horrible noise. suddenly, reality hit. there are no survivors. >> this horror has changed the mood in america, for now at least. there of been those who have demonstrated against guns, but not a manufacturer of the weapon used to murder the children is under pressure. it was advertised as a prop to masculinity now the company within 95% stake in the firm is selling out because of this watershed event. just outside town, there are four rows of empty shelves. they have taken the guns off the market out of respect. but mor
will be punished. >> as former social workers in wales, i have to say that i welcome this morning's statements. but if this is to be an examination we have to look at the reasons why it was able to happen. we are still policing them because of the cost and because there are literally no longer local authorities, children homed in which places can be found vulnerable children. >> well, the bbc was on the investigation about what the sabo journalists mean. there was a storm to come in the wake of those claims of abuse in north wales where they wrongly implicated a conservative politician. it quickly became clear that the program had contained basic journalistic errors and a he resigned. his pay-off 450,000 pounds. the equivalent of 100 yards of sally. >> one of my constituents said to me, having heard of the bells an whiz ls attached to george's packet. he said to me if that's honorable, i'm a banana. i mean, do you think the world "honorable" was the project term that you should have used? >> you know the easiest thing i made this point yesterday is to join in the general trashing of a decent m
, including reinstating the assault weapons ban. from newtown, we begin our coverage. >> she loved or go wales and horses. a beautiful girl, her parents said. 6-year-old jessica was buried. another victim in america. that terrible friday as parents waited to hear what happened in the school, their pastor was with them. >> one parent, one mother in desperation cried out "are there any survivors?" there was violence. there were officials looking at one another and then they said, no, there are no survivors. i do not know that i will ever forget the noise as people wept, wales, eelam -- wailed, yelled. it was horrible noise. suddenly, reality hit. there are no survivors. >> this horror has changed the mood in america, for now at least. there of been those who have demonstrated against guns, but not a manufacturer of the weapon used to murder the children is under pressure. it was advertised as a prop to masculinity now the company within 95% stake in the firm is selling out because of this watershed event. just outside town, there are four rows of empty shelves. they have taken the guns off the m
from wales. what about the young woman in the bed jacket? thank you. >> this is for the past year -- the year are large parties in the uk we can focus on. you know how much is spent on transport? billions. i know it is not one of the basics for this year as it was last year. it seems as if we are only half of the people -- what about those young people do, as we know, are homeless or under circumstances such as that? it seems the rich getting richer while the poor are getting poorer. why can we not have everybody -- rather than those who can already access everything? [applause] >> thank you for that. northern ireland. >> what about this man from northern ireland ? >> john cameron, northern ireland. i support this regional issue. in northern ireland to use foreign in the u.k. youth parliament. all the organizations came together, which is in theater are working very successfully. we have to remember we are the u.k. youth parliament and we have to represent every region, so there for transport stop with the northern ireland and it's not going to be an issue that northern ireland wo
in search of subjects. ♪ in his first journeys to wales, the 16 year old turner was following in the footsteps of william gilpin, who launched the vogue for picturesque travel with his illustrated guidebooks. in the 1770s, landscape artists developed a picturesque style, depicting scenes of unspoiled nature. they created romanticized views of the rough countryside pleasingly arranged in quiet, harmonious compositions. the picturesque allowed turner to move beyond mere topographical images and concentrate on atmosphere and poetic effects of light. advocates of the picturesque sought subjects that gave witness to the ravages of time and neglect. the wye valley was a favorite destination. tintern abbey's romantic associations were impeccable-- a remnant of england's medieval splendor, its nearby woods and hillsides celebrated in poetry by william wordsworth. (reader) "once again do i behold these steep and lofty cliffs-- that on a wild secluded scene impress-- thoughts of more deep seclusion; and connect-- the landscape with the quiet of the sky." (narrator) turner adopted the pi
wales in the military, because that's where they live, i guess. >> no their father is prince of wales. >> well, why is that your last name? if you are the prince of wales -- >> hoda thinks it should be hoda egypt. >> going to stay in sync with that, you could be kathie lee france. >> i love it. all right. so, here is the thing. as soon as the queen's children and grandchildren are titled, they take the title -- their title as their surname. >> here is the question. now, there's a good chance that the baby or babies that kate, you know, is having may be twins because a lot of women who have -- >> this condition. very, very serious morning sickness. >> have twins. >> the good news. >> the question if there are twins and there is a c-section who will be the first born? 'cause that's the whole -- the money right there. the first born and the heir and the spare, they say. >> believe that kind of in the inner recesses of his brain, harry's kind of glad he doesn't have to be the king? he gets all the fun. >> the best life. >> all the perks, doesn't have the same responsibility. >> no kidding
? >> in terms of on board the boat, not really anything special. they're all gathering down in the wales and i made a call and was able to speak with everyone. i did have a few presents on board and a few little treats. we try to celebrate these things, but running a big blow like this takes quite a bit of effort. it is quite a tight race. >> you are in relatively high spirits. how do you cope with the lack of sleep? >> we sleep catnaps. i have not slept for more than like 40 minutes. you sleep in quite short chunks and scan the instruments and make sure you are on speed. then drop back off again. >> we wish you a happy new year. let's leave you with some of the new year's fireworks celebration is taking place around the world. ♪ ♪ news at bbc.com/news. >> funding of this presentation was made possible by the freeman foundation of new york, stowe, vermont, and honolulu, newman's own foundation, and union bank. >> at union bank, our relationship managers work hard to understand the industry you operate in, working to nurture new ventures and help provide capital for key strategic decisions.
, the british isles did that computation, england and wales did, and i can get that in this note that i have here in a moment. what's the social implications of rethinking how we envision old age? >> it gets rid of stereotypes, which influence how people behave. there is a famous study that shows if the psychologist is testing somebody sort of takes the attitude well, you're not going to do well because you're old or your memory is going to do poorly, well, the person will do poorly. if they take the attitude, look, you have a lot of life experiences, you're wise, intelligent, nobody will perform better. there is feeack. ageism has a negative effect on performance. >> as we do in a cultural environment in which age is stereotyped, right? >> yes. >> then you will conform willy-nilly to that stereotype, if you're supposed to be fragile at the age 80. >> yes. >> then you become fragile. >> exactly. >> if you think, however, that your's going to be living to the age 100, then you shatter the stereotype and you don't conform to it, and you're healthier? >> you are. >> you actuallyffect your healt
with el baradei earlier this week. for that, we turn to waleed el haddad, an official with the muslim brotherhood's freedom and justice party. i spoke to him late this afternoon. waleed el haddad, welcome. this new constitution that's now law remains in the eyes of many egyptians a very polarizing document. how does president morsi plan or hope to overcome that divide? >> i'd like to say that we have the first constitution in the egyptian history that egyptians went to the polling stations and put their voices and choose the first document suppressing them. maybe there is some sort of disagreement for some points or some articles and the president choose to have a meeting and the dialogue and calling for a dialogue for all political forces of ours to sit together in order to discuss these points or these articles. and these promise to be committed to offer these articles to the next parliament in order to amend if there is a dialogue a dialogue between the political parties. >> warner: what can you say to opposition leaders like el bar die who say freedom of religion and protection fo
include everything from edmond and george and even diana, a nod to the princess of wales. life from the newsroom, tara moriarty, ktvu channel 2 news. >> thank you, tara. >>> the city of san jose reportedly has a shortage of people to work at its water treatment plant. the water pollution plant provides wastewater treatment for more than a million residents in san jose, and other cities. according to a report released today, one-quarter of the plant's positions are available. the report says there's fierce competition statewide for technic nickly trained workers. >>> the mars rover, it's reported said there's compounds but it's too early to know if it's evidence from life. >> we just simply don't know if they are indigenous to mars or not. it will take us some time to work through that. i know there's a lot of interest in that and -- but the point is, is that "curiosity's" middle name is patience. we all have to have a healthy dose of that. >> there had been rumors in the past few weeks that nasa was going to take an historic announcement about what "curiosity" found on cars. nasa sc
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to be content at the moment for kate to return to north wales where william is based as and rsv search and rescue pilots. both of them has -- have decisions to make. kate must decide whether she stays in london, but would have to be without william's full time support. he is needed back in the north. and william must decide in the next few weeks whether to remain as a search and rescue pilot, and research -- to switch to another role, or leave the military altogether. all in all, some serious discussions when they meet with the family over christmas. >> the edges of cambridge is back home tonight. brasilia is not simply design, it is choreographed. that was many -- one of the many patribute paid to the man respoe or for the 20th-century modern buildings in the brazilian capital. he died last night at the age of 104. we have a look at his legacy. >> oscar niemeyer was one of the world's greatest architects. the modernist master who added a tropical twist. the creator of beautiful buildings made from concrete and curves. >> when you have a large space to conquer, the curve is a natural s
northeast scotland, southwest england and wales. cornwall, england has 200 flood warnings in place with more rain forecast today, the main rail line is impassable. crews are working to fix the damage it won't be done in time for christmas travelers. >>> ongoing labor dispute threatens to make this a sour holiday for hundreds of bay area patients. the action thousands of nurses are taking today. >>> the seahawks romp, unfortunately against the 9ers, it wasn't a player who did the most damage this was all fans. [ female announcer ] now get high speed internet at home on our newly expanded advanced digital network, a connection you can count on. introducing at&t u-verse high speed internet with more speed options, reliability and wi-fi hot spots than ever. go to our website below to get u-verse high speed internet for just 14.95 a month for 12 months with a one-year price guarantee. it's all the speed you need all at a great price. our newly expanded advanced digital network gives you more of what you enjoy online. and with at&t, our wireless gateway turns your home into a private wi-fi hot spo
across the country ahead of the christmas holidays. northeast scotland, southwest england and wales are the
is expected to improve. 150 flood warnings are now in place across scotland, england and wales. christmas celebrations in the philippines are muted this year. typhoon bopha killed more than 1,000 people and devastated many communities. >> a somber moment for the people. typhoon bopha killed more than 150 lives here and left virtually nothing in its wake. the only sizable building still standing is this makeshift chapel. it has back focal point for survivors. >> we're still thankful, even if we only have the capital, the last structure remaining. we're ok as long as people's hearts are directed towards the lord. >> the fill speens one of the most christian -- philippines is one of the most christian countries in the world. they are relying on their faith to get them through the ordeal. >> even if we are facing a difficult situation, we still need to pray. we are still sylvia celebrating christmas -- still celebrating christmas and still grateful that we are still alive. >> for many life will be spent in at the present times living off international aid. >> their houses have been destroyed
was serving in new south wales. he lost a finger and chunk of his five. putting on a brave face for the cameras but shark attacks are unusual this time of year. >> the dolphins swimming all around him and all of the sudden the sharp just comes up and took for the chunks out of him and then he'd actually put the nose of the board into the bull shark's head. >> did a marvelous job. >> the chinese government has approved a law forcing internet users to use their real names. china says the new rules will help prevent rumors from spreading and clamp down on corruption. but on-line freedom advocates say the policy is intended to stifle dissent. robert bride is in hong kong and send this report. >> this is a very controversial regulation which, as you would expect, gained a quick response from internet users themselves. in china, many commenting it takes the internet in a backward move. critics have argued that this will mean that anybody who posts anything controversial, anything the authorities in china do not like, will be this possible for that and face recriminations. the authorit
on treatment. >> australia has condemned japan's resumption of the zero waling program. -- of their whaling. the case is due to be heard next year in international court. >> of the rest of the world behaved like the japanese, there would not be a whale left. this must stop. we cannot continue to have a situation where everybody knows that it has nothing to do with science and yet japanese fleets travel from one side of the globe to another to engage in this and to break the moratorium year after year. >> the sea shepherd conservation society is on a boat planning to intercept the fleet saying a moratorium should be enforced. >> they should be enforcing this, but the international commission really does not have any teeth. there is no economic or political motivation for them to do so. there's no difference between what the japanese are doing and what elephant poachers are doing in kenya accept that in kenya, they are black, poor, and get shot for what they're doing. australia could send the military and escort them out of the area. there's a lot of trade deals and money at stake. japan is a
going to be content at the moment for kate to return to north wales where william is based as and rsv search and rescue pilots. both of them has -- have decisions to make. kate must decide whether she stays in london, but would have to be without william's full time support. he is needed back in the north. and william must decide in the next few weeks whether to remain as a search and rescue pilot, and research -- to switch to another role, or leave the military altogether. all in all, some serious discussions when they meet with the family over christmas. >> the edges of cambridge is back home tonight. brasilia is not simply design, it is choreographed. that was many -- one of the many patribute paid to the man respoe or for the 20th-century modern buildings in the brazilian capital. he died last night at the age of 104. we have a look at his legacy. >> oscar niemeyer was one of the world's greatest architects. the modernist master who added a tropical twist. the creator of beautiful buildings made from concrete and curves. >> when you have a large space to conquer, the curve is a na
trashing from bilbo and friends next. >>> i'm master sergeant wales in southwest asia. i'd like to say hello to my daughters in crestview, florida. i love you and miss you and will see you soon. >> i'm lieutenant colonel john walsh in kabul, afghanistan. i'd like to wish happy holidays to my family back in tampa, florida. my wife susan and the best son in the world, jack. happy holidays, everybody. love you. >>> and good morning. we are talking about some really cold temperatures all through the dakotas. in fact, tonight into tomorrow morning, we have windchill advisories in effect in that area where it could be about 25 to 35 degrees below zero for your windchill. across the east coast, for your christmas eve forecast, looking for temperatures in the 30s and lower 40s. heavier rain will start to move into the southeast. then on christmas day, heavy snow moves into the oklahoma area, also into arkansas. some areas could pick up six inches of snow. so certainly an unusual place to get snow on christmas day. >> absolutely. all right. thanks, dylan. >>> time to look at entertainment news
. >> he sets up his camera and they wale do start rolling a big, old snowman. just rolling the balls. according to reports, some areas go the up to 16 inches of snow. brant says they got over 10 here on campus. >> this looks like the perfect kind of snow to make a snowman. just wet enough to be able to compact, but not too wet. >> snowman is 8'6" feet tall. make him a face, hands, a happy face and say, happy holidays. >>> they say one man's trash is another man's treasure. for these kids in paraguay it really is a treasure. this is aida, a violinist and a cello player, both students in paraguay. take a look at their instruments. [ speaking in foreign languag ] language ]. >> wow. >> that's his cello, and it is made with recycled items that they found at a landfill. >> so they're made out of gaf g? they don't have enough money for real instruments? >> no. they are poor. they live in an area where a violin is worth more than the hole they live in. >> let's hear. shut up. that is -- that's unbelievable. >> their instructor, his name fabio chavez. as they were ticking through the trash,
, the head of jpmorgan chase. the london wale exam where the trade wrong when they lost $6 to $9 billion and he claims that not only didn't he have any idea what they were doing but he admitted under oath that no one in the executive management, risk compliance or legal had any idea. but recently, it didn't get a lot of attention. but a 135 page complaint was amended in new york that doesn't detail allegations to the bank. they detail allegations as to the ceo himself who is sitting on the boards at the new york fed. >> eliot: right. >> that's just wrong. >> eliot: the new york fed i've believed -- it is egregious. if we understood it and viewed it that way, it would make it palatable. very quickly, just a couple of seconds, the vocal rule, perhaps the most important way to get tax dollars out of subsidizing the banks is. it going to be put in place in the next six to nine months? >> is it going to be put -- >> the real question is whether loophole laden after the wall street war. on the -- which is to prevent the
. and the waling of the parents and the groeping and trying to reach for something intangible, it was horrific. terrible scene. >> you can only imagine when you talks about the waling the groeping, what was going on in the fire house, are these people going to cope in the years to come? >> you know, losing a child is such an unnatural thing, you know, you do not expect to bury your own children, i don't think that they can recover from this. we have talked about studies. we have talked about how long post traumatic stress lasts. people who were exposed to it so closely, a significant percentage of people, 73% of people still had it in years gone by. we see this after other tragedies but there's a period now where there's a lot of support. there's a lot of media attention, family and friends have all come together, but it doesn't last forever. so after a while, these people, you know, they are going through this period now a bit numb with all the support, but over a few months or weeks even, it starts to go away, it's a good reminder of people that want to give support to newtown. thank you for
. >> the goal is to reduce collisions between large vessels and wales. >> kron fours charles clifford has details. >> migrating whales, such as humpbacks, often faster the waters of california's coast. far too often, these large creatures alive with cargo ships, killing or severely injuring wales. >> but under plan developed by the national oceanic and atmospheric administration, an out approved by the international maritime organization, a car oceans will be required to travel through narrow shipping lanes in an effort to avoid these deadly collisions. the changes involve shipping lanes at the port of laws and laws of long beach, as well as the approach to san francisco bay. >> earth view of san francisco looking across the city. currently in the cargo ship that enters or x's san francisco bay has use of these free shipping lanes, seen here in red. but under the newly approved plan, these late will be reconfigured. the new routes will no longer--will be long or an hour. the idea is to restrictions to a smaller area when they passed through no will feeding grounds. >> the new shipping lin
. remember this? >> lady diana spencer became the princess of wales in the ceremony watched by the world at the end of july buckingham palace today say she is expecting. >> nbc's michelles could inski is in london for us. folks team to be a tad excited about this. >> yeah, it's great news. and also difficult news for kate since she's been feeling so poorly. this morning the palace is trying to maintain privacy surrounding this while she's still in the hospital suffering from very severe morning sickness. the palace did say this is very early in the pregnancy. it's not yet three months. but will not be giving daily updates on her condition. the british press is reporting she's resting, doing okay and has had to be on a drip after being sick for several days. and also allegedly the queen herself did not know about the pregnancy until yesterday when the young couple drove themselves to the hospital. reportedly they were waiting to tell the family at christmas time. certainly this is not the way the palace would have liked ideally to deliver this news. it is very exciting. it's being met wit
. it is blamed for 16 deaths in the past three days. wales, new york, got 15 inches of snow; goreville, illinois, 14 inches; elletsville, indiana, 13. more than 600 flights were canceled today. a major airline is hiring, you might be surprised who is applying for work; and a volcano erupts, but some who live nearby refuse to evacuate-- when the "cbs evening news" continues. [ woman ] dear cat, your hair mixes with pollen and dust. i get congested. but now, with zyrtec-d®, i have the proven allergy relief of zyrtec®, plus a powerful decongestant. zyrtec-d® lets me breath freer, so i can love the air. [ male announcer ] zyrtec-d®. behind the pharmacy counter. no prescription needed. aww man. [ male announcer ] returns are easy with free pickup from the u.s. postal service. we'll even drop off boxes if you need them. visit usps.com pay, print, and have it picked up for free. any time of year. ♪ nice sweater. thank you. ♪ starts with arthritis pain and a choice. take tylenol or take aleve, the #1 recommended pain reliever by orthopedic doctors. just two aleve can keep pain away all day. back
to understand that. the beaches were closed right away. this is the second shark attack in new south wales. a paddleboarder was also attacked and survived. >> i think that was, are you kidding me?! [ laughter ] >> i bet he is back out there though. >>> 4:50. another bay area county is banning plastic bags for shoppers starting tomorrow. the new ban applies to alameda county's unincorporated areas and all of its cities. stores will no longer be able to give customers one-time use plastic bags. customers must carry their own bags or pay 10 cents for each recyclable paper bag. >>> as we prepare to say good- bye to 2012, we're also bidding a fond farewell to a parking park in san francisco. cbs 5 reporter patrick sedillo on why drivers will need a pocket full of change even on sunday. >>> reporter: beginning next sunday, the free ride or should i say free parking is over. >> i don't see why they need to do it now. they are already getting you monday through friday and they have you on saturday now then they're going to get you on sunday. what are they going to do next, 24 hours a day? >> repor
in wales, portugal, spain, all over. we do not know why. we do not know what to do about it. i will give an answer that will interest and amuse the previous questioner. when two things coincided in late 18th-century england, a grain surplus, the result was a cheap gin and a social calamity. they passed a few laws, licensing laws, it did not help. what turned britain around was john wesley. methodism. converting the women of england -- [laughter] that is the way it worked. it is an odd thing for me to be saying. >> you talked about the virtues freedom requires. i worked in the field of education. if our major problem children come to school without virtues, it is the public school system the place to nurture that? i believe our society and culture does not nurture those virtues. how do we address that? >> this is a good question. the family is the smallest school. by the time all lots of negligently parentage, often at no-fault to the single mother, these children get to school, and it is too late. the chicago schoolteacher it says should its first graders who do not know numbers, shapes,
service in many areas, especially in scotland, southwest england and south wales, as well. in highways there impassable. drivers have been warned not to travel unless absolutely necessary. and more rain expected later today. >>> severe flooding is a problem in northern california. highways in sonoma california are under water. and up in the mountains, up to four feet of snow expected to fall in the sierra nevada. it is the second wave of storms to hit northern california sense friday. the rainy weather also grounded dozens of flights around the san francisco bay area. the san francisco international up to 30 flights have been canceled and many more delayed. that includes incoming and departing flights. just in time for holiday travel. >> as if the holidays aren't stressful enough with other things. good luck, everybody, getting around. >>> while the west takes that beating, the gulf coast is bracing for tornadoes during this holiday weekend. >> good morning, andrew. >> much of the nation will be relatively tranquil for your holiday travels, our big unsettled area will be across portion
make your way towards berkeley. once again 80 westbound wale follow this, big gap with an accident. -- back to san pablo dam road reports of an accident farther east, rain causing havoc this morning for your commute. oakland west 580 before lake shore injury accident. back to our waze app showing you folks getting off of 580 taking fruitvale avenue to the -- the accident is not blocking all lanes on 580, just two lanes, folks getting off to head towards the 880 freeway on fruitvale. you can download in app free on google play or the app store and navigate your morning commute. >>> happening now in louisiana, small town under he following discovery of improperly stored explosives. six million pounds located in buildings near shreveport, the buildings are connected -- [ unintelligible ] police found the corridors stuffed with explosives, including a -- [ unintelligible ] voluntary evacuation orders are in effect for a town of 800 people through friday. >>> new numbers show women are making inroads in the legal and medical fields. in 2010, women had just over 33% of all legal jobs. u
was waling on my face? absolutely. but that doesn't change the intent. i never went out to try to be assaulted, i went out to private left for who they are, union thugs. i want to say one thing importantly. i am issuing an ultimatum right now them are trying to find this man who assaulted me, to find the man who assaulted other people. you have a choice, can come forward, i'll press charges and you will go to jail or since you wanted to cheap shot me we can host a bout in a sanctioned legalized competition where the winner will get the money to go to the charity of your choice. it is your choice. jail or face me like a man one-on-one legally and i am easy to find. >> i have known you a long time. you are well-equipped to protect yourself. you decided not to fight back. explain -- >> right. >> you do have the ability to fight back? >> yes. well, let me say a couple things. first, i knew it would prove nothing, and secondly, i don't want to use the word literal here because when people use the word literally and use is improperly, it makes me angrily, but i literally believe if i
. 35 in australia. 39 in england and wales. 200 in canada. 9,484 in the united states. you don't think the people think we're insane in this country? >> 9,000. >> stephanie: nobody needs a military assault weapon! who -- of course, "meet the press" still able to make my head explode. basically, i thought it was a really good discussion of it. but there is bill bennett going i don't think we know what the result of the assault ban expiring is. yeah. >> 9,000 dead people. [ ♪ "world news tonight" ♪ ] >> stephanie: bill, since the federal assault weapons ban expired in 2004, the number of people shot has nearly tripled. i wonder if there is any connection there. of course there is a connection! what do you mean we don't know what happened? these talking points, jim oh, you're never going to stop every bad -- of course not. people can kill people other ways. so we shouldn't try anything. that's what's the saddest part. people are like talking about portland anymore, how long ago was that. that wasn't that many
the flood warnings forecast to suggest we're going to see them across england to wales and scotland. how bad is the situation out there? >> well, we've still got a lot of rain to come through the rest of today. there's still heavy rain coming into southwest england now and heavy showers moving into the west of scotland. all of us across the uk can expect to see rain coming through today. it is moving, as you say, from west to east. things should start to improve in western areas as we go into the afternoon and the evening. and that, then, brings us into a day for tomorrow where we'll see a mixture of sunshine and showers. so the last of the heaviest rain is beginning to move away from the uk just at the moment. >> helen, hi, it's louisa. we're seeing some pictures as you're speaking of how it's affecting transportation surfaces. have you seeing it affect a large portion of real networks across the uk or is it kind of in certain districts? >> the rail networks have clearly been affected. the rain caused some damage to rail tracks last month down in the southwest. and, of course, with the rive
culture worldwide. england and wales are exposed to cultural influences as the u.s. yet, their rate of gun homicide is some 3% of ours. the japanese are at the cutting edge of the world of video games, yet the u.n. puts their gun homicide rate at close to zero. why? well, they have one of the most restrictive series of gun laws in the world. when looking internationally, it is obvious that the one feature of america that would explain why we have so much more gun violence than the rest of the rest of the world is that we have incredibly permissive laws allowing the sale and possession of guns. with 5% of the world's population, we have 50% of the world's guns. we also have evidence that tightening laws, even in high lay individualistic countries with traditions of gun ownership can and does reduce gun violence. in australia after a 1996 ban on all semi-automatic and automatic weapons, a real ban, not like the one we had in 1994, which had 600 plus exemptions. after that ban, gun-related homicides dropped by 59% over the next decade. all the evidence points in the same direction. there will
christmas hardest east-northeast scott , scout west england and wales. cornwall has more than -- 200 flood warnings in place. flooding is disrupting holiday travel with the main rail line impasseable. crews are working to finish the damage. the work will finish too late for travelers. >>> ongoing labor dispute threatens to make this a sour holiday for hundreds of bay area patients. o e 9ers in the emerald city. it want a player on the roster who did the most damage, the fans were the 12 inn man. with my keurig vue brewer, i can brew my coffee just the way i love it. how do you do that? inside the brewer, there's this train that makes coffee stronger, bigger, and hotter! actually, i just press this button. brew what you love with the keurig vue. >>> several medical facilities throughout the bay area are bracing for a one day nurses' strike today 5,000 planning to protest cuts in wages and working conditions, affecting near all of sutter's bay area facilities this is the latest walk-out in a contract dispute between the nurses and the hospitals. sutter says replacement nurses will be brough
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